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SecuriFire

LAN network boards and units


Technical Description
B5-LAN
B5-NET2-485
B5-NET4-485
B5-NET2-FXM
B5-NET2-FXS
B6-LAN
B6-LXI2
B6-NET2-485
B6-NET2-FXM
B6-NET2-FXS
B8-NET2-485
B8-NET4-485
B8-NET2-FX4
B8-NET-FX8
B9-NET-FX4

Securiton AG Alpenstrasse 20 3052 Zollikofen Switzerland T 811 123 en h


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Table of contents

Table of contents
_________________________________________________________________________________________
1 General 6
1.1 Safety and the environment 6
1.1.1 Notice and warning symbols 6
1.1.2 Safety information 6
1.1.3 Disposal 7
1.2 Uses and applications 7
_________________________________________________________________________________________
2 Introduction 8
2.1 Communication between a PC application and SCP 9
2.2 Communication amongst the SCP/MIC711s 9
2.2.1 Communication in the SecuriFire-specific Ethernet 9
2.2.2 Communication in the standard Ethernet 9
_________________________________________________________________________________________
3 B5-LAN interface board 10
3.1 Design and function 10
3.1.1 Overview 10
3.1.2 Compatibility notice 10
3.1.3 Interfaces 11
3.1.4 Technical data 11
_________________________________________________________________________________________
4 B5-NET2-485 network board 12
4.1 Design and function 12
4.1.1 Overview 12
4.1.2 Compatibility notice 12
4.1.3 Interfaces 13
4.1.4 Technical data 13
_________________________________________________________________________________________
5 B5-NET4-485 network board 14
5.1 Design and function 14
5.1.1 Overview 14
5.1.2 Compatibility notice 14
5.1.3 Interfaces 15
5.1.4 Technical data 15
_________________________________________________________________________________________
6 B5-NET2-FXM network board 16
6.1 Design and function 16
6.1.1 Overview 16
6.1.2 Compatibility notice 16
6.1.3 Interfaces 17
6.1.4 Technical data 17
_________________________________________________________________________________________
7 B5-NET2-FXS network board 18
7.1 Design and function 18
7.1.1 Overview 18
7.1.2 Compatibility notice 18
7.1.3 Interfaces 19
7.1.4 Technical data 19
_________________________________________________________________________________________
8 B6-LAN interface unit 20
8.1 Design and function 20
8.1.1 Overview 20
8.1.2 Compatibility notice 20
8.1.3 Interfaces 20
8.1.4 Technical data 20

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General

_________________________________________________________________________________________
9 B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit 21
9.1 Design and function 21
9.1.1 Overview 21
9.1.2 Compatibility notice 21
9.1.3 Interfaces 21
9.1.4 Technical data 21
_________________________________________________________________________________________
10 B6-NET2-485 network unit 22
10.1 Design and function 22
10.1.1 Overview 22
10.1.2 Compatibility notice 22
10.1.3 Interfaces 23
10.1.4 Technical data 23
_________________________________________________________________________________________
11 B6-NET2-FXM network unit 24
11.1 Design and function 24
11.1.1 Overview 24
11.1.2 Compatibility notice 24
11.1.3 Interfaces 25
11.1.4 Technical data 25
_________________________________________________________________________________________
12 B6-NET2-FXS network unit 26
12.1 Design and function 26
12.1.1 Overview 26
12.1.2 Compatibility notice 26
12.1.3 Interfaces 27
12.1.4 Technical data 27
_________________________________________________________________________________________
13 B8-NET2-485 network board 28
13.1 Design and function 28
13.1.1 Overview 28
13.1.2 Compatibility notice 28
13.1.3 Interfaces 29
13.1.4 Technical data 29
_________________________________________________________________________________________
14 B8-NET4-485 network board 30
14.1 Design and function 30
14.1.1 Overview 30
14.1.2 Compatibility notice 30
14.1.3 Interfaces 31
14.1.4 Technical data 31
_________________________________________________________________________________________
15 B8-NET2-FX4 network board 32
15.1 Design and function 32
15.1.1 Overview 32
15.1.2 Compatibility notice 32
15.1.3 Interfaces 33
15.1.4 Technical data 33
_________________________________________________________________________________________
16 B8-NET-FX8 network board 34
16.1 Design and function 34
16.1.1 Overview 34
16.1.2 Compatibility notice 34
16.1.3 Interfaces 35
16.1.4 Technical data 35

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17 B9-NET-FX4 network unit 36
17.1 Design and function 36
17.1.1 Overview 36
17.1.2 Compatibility notice 36
17.1.3 Interfaces 37
17.1.4 Technical data 37
_________________________________________________________________________________________
18 Programming and planning 38
18.1 Connections 39
18.2 Logical connections 39
18.3 Physical connections 39
18.4 Overview of the PIN assignments of all SecuriLan participants 40
18.5 Addressing 40
18.6 Minimum requirements for IP networking 40
_________________________________________________________________________________________
19 Cabling 41
19.1 Specification copper cable 41
19.2 Specification fibre-optic cable and connector types 42
19.3 The RJ-45 plug 42
_________________________________________________________________________________________
20 Connection examples 46
20.1 Standard-compliant SecuriLan networking 46
20.1.1 Line-redundant connections (RS485) 46
20.1.2 Connections with glass fibre segment 47
20.1.3 Mesh network (RS485) 48
20.1.4 SecuriLan without line redundancy (RS485) 49
20.1.5 Port-redundant connections (RS485) 50
20.2 Not standard-compliant SecuriLan networking 51
20.2.1 Non-redundant direct connection of two SCPs (10/100BASE-TX) 51
20.2.2 Connection via modem 51
20.2.3 Non-redundant networking (10/100BASE-TX) 52
20.3 Mixed forms 53
20.4 PC applications 54
20.4.1 Non-redundant connection to PC applications (10/100BASE-TX) 54
_________________________________________________________________________________________
21 Article numbers / spare parts 55
_________________________________________________________________________________________
22 List of figures 56

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General

1 General
1.1 Safety and the environment
Provided the product is deployed by trained and qualified personnel in accordance with this document, and provided the safety
symbols all notices are observed, there is no danger to persons or property under normal conditions and when used properly.
The product fulfils the requirements ensuring personal safety and environmental protection during operation. National and
state-specific laws, regulations and directives must be observed and adhered to in all cases.
Observe these danger notices. They help prevent accidents and damage.

1.1.1 Notice and warning symbols


The following notice and warning symbols are used to draw attention to hazards and special properties.

Danger
The product may represent an immediate danger with a high level of risk to persons if the notice is not duly ob-
served. If the danger is not avoided, death or serious injury may result.

Warning
The product may represent a possibly imminent danger with a medium level of risk to persons if the notice is not
duly observed. If the danger is not avoided, death or serious injury may result.

Notice
If this notice is not observed, the product may malfunction, may cause property damage, or may be harmful to
the environment.

1.1.2 Safety information

Electrical shock
The product is operated with electrical current. In the event of incorrect mounting, installation, commissioning or
maintenance, an electrical shock may be life-threatening or there is the danger of serious injury. It is imperative
that the safety information is observed.

Electrostatic discharge
The product includes electronic components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Contact with
persons or objects can cause an electrostatic discharge that damages or destroys the product. ESD bands for
preventing electrostatic discharge are used for grounding persons and for equipotential bonding.

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General

1.1.3 Disposal

Electrical and electronic devices and batteries


It is not permitted to dispose of electrical and electronic devices or batteries in the domestic rubbish. As the end
user you are legally obliged to return them. Used electrical and electronic devices as well as batteries can be re-
turned to the seller or taken to a designated recycling centre (e.g. a community collection point or dealer) at no
cost.

Recycling
The product and its components including their packaging consist of recyclable material and can be disposed of
for recycling purposes as described in this document.

1.2 Uses and applications

Notice
No guarantee applies to uses and applications that are not included in this documentation and/or to uses and ap-
plications for which there are no approvals compliant with standards and directives.

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Introduction

2 Introduction
A SecuriLan is a network consisting of SecuriFire SCP fire alarm control panels and the remote MIC711 indication and control
maps of a logical fire alarm system. The entire system can be operated from any of the indication and control maps, and ac-
tuations can be implemented on the SecuriLan across all SCPs. Topology selection includes ring, stub and mesh; each of
these may be implemented as a single or redundant design. The network is Ethernet-based; the SecuriFire 3000 and the Se-
curiFire 2000 are available as suitable network boards and units.
Up to 32 participants can be networked, of which a maximum of 16 may be SCPs.

Key features of the SecuriLan:


 high availability  mesh network with up to 4 connections per participant
 high speed  data transmission of 2,500 kBit/s
 Ethernet protocol  customer IT infrastructure can be used
 RemoteAccess expansion  access to the SCP via intranet and internet
 future-proof technology  use of standardised IT components

There are two types of SecuriLan networking:


 Networking SCP/MIC711 using its own, redundant line network.
 Integration of additional SCP/MIC711 units and various PC applications either directly or via a standard Ethernet.

The following boards and units are available for networking:


Component Interfaces
RS485 100BASE-TX 100BASE-FX
SecuriFire 3000
B5-MCB15A only PC applications

B8-NET4-485 4 2
B8-NET2-485 2 2
B8-NET2-FX4 2 2 4
B8-NET-FX8 2 8
B5-NET4-485 4 2
B5-NET2-485 2 2
B5-NET2-FXM 2 2 2
B5-NET2-FXS 2 2 2
B5-LAN 1
SecuriFire 2000
B6-BCB13A only PC applications

B9-NET-FX4 1 4
B6-NET2-485 2 1
B6-NET2-FXM 1 1 2
B6-NET2-FXS 1 1 2
B6-LAN 1
B6-LXI2 1
SecuriFire 1000
B6-BCB12A only PC applications
SecuriFire 500
B7-CPB11 only PC applications
MIC 711
B5/B6-MIC711 2 2

RS485: for the (redundant) networking of SCP/MIC 711


100BASE-TX: for the (non-redundant) networking of SCP/MIC 711 and PC applications
100BASE-FX: for optical networking of SCP/MIC 711 over greater distances (up to 2 km or 10 km)

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Introduction

2.1 Communication between a PC application and SCP


The TCP/IP protocol family is used for this communication. A PC application can establish a direct connection to each
SCP/MIC711 in the network and communicate with it.

2.2 Communication amongst the SCP/MIC711s


These units communicate with each other by means of point-to-point connections. Instead of the TCP/IP protocol, the DDCMP
(Digital Data Communications Message Protocol) is used for the security of this connection.

2.2.1 Communication in the SecuriFire-specific Ethernet


The physical and logical network structures are identical in this case. An occurring event is sent only to the physically
neighbouring SCP/MIC711, which then forwards it to its physically neighbouring SCP/MIC711.

2.2.2 Communication in the standard Ethernet


A logical network structure is superimposed on the physical connections. An occurring event is sent only to the logically
neighbouring SCP/MIC711, which then forwards it to its logically neighbouring SCP/MIC711.

standards-compliant not standards-compliant

MIC711
B8-NETx
PC-applications

Redundant Ethernet MIC711


(ring, mesh network) Standard Ethernet

B8-NETx B6-NETx B8-NETx B5-LAN

PC-applications

SecuriFire specific Standard Ethernet


Fig. 1 Networking concept

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B5-LAN interface board

3 B5-LAN interface board


3.1 Design and function
The B5-LAN interface board is for non-redundant network-
ing of PC applications and non-redundant networking of
SecuriFire 3000.
It has two 100BASE-TX interfaces.
It is always fitted at slot 2 of the unit rack.

3.1.1 Overview
The B5-LAN network board has one front panel made of
galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2. The sys-
tem connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side using a
96-pin male connector. On the front side there are 2 RJ-45
ports for connecting SecuriLan, PC or Ethernet.

3.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B5-LAN is supported beginning with SecuriFire Studio
R 1.0.

Fig. 2 B5-LAN interface board

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B5-LAN interface board

3.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B5-BUS connector Pin assignment (X2)

X2 LAN interface (RJ-45 connector) PIN Signal Ethernet


1 TX+
X3 LAN interface (RJ-45 connector) only for test pur-
2 TX-
poses
3 RX+
X4 Jumper inserted: normal operation
4 NC
Jumper open: test
5 NC
6 RX-
7 NC
8 NC

3.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface
The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

Fig. 3 B5-LAN interfaces

B5-LAN
Technical data
by the B5-PSU power supply unit
Power supply
via the B5-BUS
Power consumption <1 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B5-NET2-485 network board

4 B5-NET2-485 network board


4.1 Design and function
The B5-NET2-485 network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions.
It has two network ports which are implemented based on
the RS485 standard and two 100BASE-TX ports.
The B5-NET2-485 network board is always fitted at slot 2
of the unit rack.

4.1.1 Overview
The B5-NET2-485 network board has one front panel made
of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2. The
system connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side using
a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are 10 RJ-
45 ports for connecting SecuriLan, PC or Ethernet.

4.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B5-NET2-485 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.0.

Fig. 4 B5-NET2-485 network board

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B5-NET2-485 network board

4.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B5-BUS connector Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)

X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet


1 NC TX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B)
2 NC TX-
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 3 NC RX+
4 GNDG NC
5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

4.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

Fig. 5 B5-NET2-485 interfaces RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
B5-NET2-485 Switch Port Type Socket Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
X4
5B(x) Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
5B Cable UTP Cat5e
5B(y)
B RS485 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

RS 485
6 x RJ-45, 8-pin.

X2 0B B5-NET2-485
0B Technical data
10/100
0A by the B5-PSU power supply unit
Power supply
10/100 0A via the B5-BUS
X8 Power consumption 120 mA
5A(x) Protection type according to control panel
5A
5A(y) Ambient temperature,
A RS485 Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)
RS 485

Galvanic separation

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B5-NET4-485 network board

5 B5-NET4-485 network board


5.1 Design and function
The B5-NET4-485 network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions.
It has four network ports which are implemented based on
the RS485 standard and two 100BASE-TX ports.
The B5-NET4-485 network board is always fitted at slot 2
of the unit rack.

5.1.1 Overview
The B5-NET4-485 network board has one front panel made
of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2. The
system connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side using
a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are 10 RJ-
45 ports for connecting SecuriLan, PC or Ethernet.

5.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B5-NET4-485 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.0.

Fig. 6 B5-NET4-485 network board

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B5-NET4-485 network board

5.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B5-BUS connector Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)

X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet


1 NC TX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B)
2 NC TX-
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 3 NC RX+
4 GNDG NC
5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

5.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

Fig. 7 B5-NET4-485 interfaces RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
B5-NET4-485 Switch Port Type Socket Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
X4
5B(x) Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
5B Cable UTP Cat5e
5B(y)
B RS485 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
6B(x)
6B
6B(y)
10x RJ-45, 8-pin.

RS 485

X2 0B B5-NET4-485
0B Technical data
10/100
0A by the B5-PSU power supply unit
Power supply
10/100 0A via the B5-BUS
X8 Power consumption 127 mA
5A(x) Protection type according to control panel
5A
5A(y) Ambient temperature,
A RS485 Relative humidity, according to control panel
6A(x) Air pressure
6A
6A(y) Weight (gross/net)
RS 485

Galvanic separation

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B5-NET2-FXM network board

6 B5-NET2-FXM network board


6.1 Design and function
The B5-NET2-FXM network board is for redundant net-
working of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC ap-
plications. It has 2 network connections based on the
RS485 standard, 2 optical network connections based on
the FXM standard and 2 100BASE-TX interfaces.
The network board is always fitted at slot 2 of the unit rack.

6.1.1 Overview
The B5-NET2-FXM network board has one front panel
made of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2.
The system connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side
using a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are
6 RJ-45 ports and 2 MTRJ ports for connecting a Securi-
Lan, PC or Ethernet.

6.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B5-NET2-FXM is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.1.

Fig. 8 B5-NET2-FXM network board

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B5-NET2-FXM network board

6.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)


X1 B5-BUS connector Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 NC TX+
2 NC TX-
X3 100BASE-FXM interface (switch B)
3 NC RX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B)
4 GNDG NC
X5 100BASE-FXM interface (switch A) 5 GNDG NC
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

6.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
Transmission type Differential signal
Fig. 9 B5-NET2-FXM interfaces
Coverage max. 1200 m
Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
B5-NET2-FXM Switch Port Type Socket Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
X4
5B(x) RJ-45
5B FXM interface (X3, X5)
RS485 8-pin.
5B(y) Technical data
RS 485 B Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FXM
X3 Transmission type Differential signal
1B 1B FX MTRJ Coverage max. 2 km
FX
Glass fibre Multimode 62.5/125 μm or 50/125 μm
X2 0B Mechanical design MTRJ connector
0B
10/100
0A
10/100 0A RJ-45 B5-NET2-FXM
X8 8-pin.
5A(x) Technical data
5A A RS485 by the B5/B8-PSU power supply
5A(y) Power supply
unit via the B5/B8-BUS
RS 485 Power consumption 205 mA
X5 Protection type according to control panel
1A 1A FX MTRJ
Ambient temperature,
FX
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Galvanic separation Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B5-NET2-FXS network board

7 B5-NET2-FXS network board


7.1 Design and function
The B5-NET2-FXS network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions. It has 2 network connections based on the RS485
standard, 2 optical network connections based on the FXS
standard and 2 100BASE-TX interfaces.
The network board is always fitted at slot 2 of the unit rack.

7.1.1 Overview
The B5-NET2-FXS network board has one front panel
made of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2.
The system connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side
using a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are
6 RJ-45 ports and 2 MTRJ ports for connecting a Securi-
Lan, PC or Ethernet.

7.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B5-NET2-FXS is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.1.

Fig. 10 B5-NET2-FXS network board

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B5-NET2-FXS network board

7.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)


X1 B5-BUS connector Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 NC TX+
2 NC TX-
X3 100BASE-FXS interface (switch B)
3 NC RX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B)
4 GNDG NC
X5 100BASE-FXS interface (switch A) 5 GNDG NC
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

7.1.4 Technical data


LAN interface (X2)
The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
Fig. 11 B5-NET2-FXS interfaces
Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
B5-NET2-FXS Switch Port Type Socket
X4
5B(x) RJ-45
5B FXS interface (X3, X5)
RS485 8-pin.
5B(y) Technical data
RS 485 B Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FXS
X3 Transmission type Differential signal
1B 1B FX LC 2x5 Coverage max. 10 km
FX
Glass fibre Single-mode 9/125 μm
X2 0B Mechanical design LC 2x5 connector
0B
10/100
0A B5-NET2-FXS
10/100 0A RJ-45
8-pin. Technical data
X8 by the B5/B8-PSU power supply
5A(x) Power supply
5A A RS485 unit via the B5/B8-BUS
5A(y) Power consumption 179,5 mA
RS 485
Protection type according to control panel
X5 Ambient temperature,
1A 1A FX LC 2x5
Relative humidity, according to control panel
FX
Air pressure
Galvanic separation Weight (gross/net)

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B6-LAN interface unit

8 B6-LAN interface unit


8.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B6-BCB13A connector (rear side)
X2 LAN interface

Fig. 12 B6-LAN interface unit

8.1 Design and function


The B6-LAN interface unit is for non-redundant networking
of the SecuriFire 2000 and for connecting PC applications. Fig. 13 B6-LAN interfaces
It has one 100BASE-TX interface.
The network unit is inserted at the expansion slot of the
B6-BCU. Pin assignment (X2)
Pin Signal Ethernet
8.1.1 Overview 1 TX+
The B6-LAN interface unit is a sub-unit that is inserted at 2 TX-
the expansion slot of the B6-BCU. The system connection 3 RX+
to the B6-BCU is on the solder side using a 48-pin male 4 NC
connector. On the front side there is one RJ-45 port for 5 NC
connecting SecuriLan and to the Ethernet.
6 RX-
7 NC
8.1.2 Compatibility notice
8 NC
The B6-LAN is supported beginning with SecuriFire Studio
R 1.1.
8.1.4 Technical data
LAN interface (X2)
The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

B6-LAN
Technical data
Power consumption <1 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit

9 B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit

Fig. 14 B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit Fig. 15 B6-LXI2 interfaces

Pin assignment (X3)


9.1 Design and function Pin Signal Ethernet
The B6-LXI2 SecuriLine eXtended board is used for the 1 TX+
connection of two ring circuits with the associated detectors 2 TX-
and modules of the SecuriLine eXtended. 3 RX+
Additionally it has one 100BASE-TX interface.
4 NC
The SecuriLine unit is inserted at the expansion slot of the
5 NC
B6-BCU.
6 RX-
9.1.1 Overview 7 NC
8 NC
The B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit is a sub-unit that is inserted at
the expansion slot of the B6-BCU. The system connection
to the B6-BCU is on the solder side using a 48-pin male
connector. On the front side there is one RJ-45 port for
connecting SecuriLan and to the Ethernet.
9.1.4 Technical data
LAN interface (X2)
9.1.2 Compatibility notice The interface permits direct communication with straight
The B6-LXI2 is supported beginning with SecuriFire Studio and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
R 1.2. switch or hub.
Technical data
9.1.3 Interfaces Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
X1 B6-BCB13A connector (rear side) Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
X2 Connection plug for 2 addressable loops
or 4 stub lines Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 1200 Mbit/s
X3 LAN interface
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

B6-LXI2
Technical data
Power consumption (without ring circuits) 31 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B6-NET2-485 network unit

10 B6-NET2-485 network unit


10.1 Design and function
The B6-NET2-485 network unit is for redundant networking
of the SecuriFire 2000 and for connecting PC applications.
It has two network ports which are implemented based on
the RS485 interface standard and one 100BASE-TX inter-
face.
The network unit is inserted at the expansion slot of the
B6-BCU.

10.1.1 Overview
The B6-NET2-485 network unit is a sub-unit that is inserted Fig. 16 B6-NET2-485 network unit
at the expansion slot of the B6-BCU. The system connec-
tion to the B6-BCU is on the solder side using a 48-pin
male connector. On the front side there are 5 RJ-45 ports
for connecting SecuriLan and to the Ethernet.

10.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B6-NET2-485 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.1.

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10.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4)


X1 B6-BCB13A connector (rear side) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 NC TX+
2 NC TX-
X4 RS485 interface
3 NC RX+
4 GNDG NC
5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

10.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
Fig. 17 B6-NET2-485 interfaces
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
B6-NET2-485 Switch Port Type Socket Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
X4 Transmission type TCP/IP
5A(y)
5A Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
5A(x) Coverage max. 100 m
A RS485 Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
6A(y)
6A RJ-45, Cable UTP Cat5e
6A(x) 8-pin. Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
RS 485

X2
10/100 RS485 interface (X4, X8)
Technical data
10/100
Connection RS 485
Galvanic separation Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

B6-NET2-485
Technical data
Power consumption 53 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B6-NET2-FXM network unit

11 B6-NET2-FXM network unit


11.1 Design and function
The B6-NET2-FXM network unit is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 2000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions.
It has 1 network connection based on the RS485 standard,
2 optical network connections based on the FXM standard,
and one 100BASE-TX interface.
The network unit is inserted at the expansion slot of the
B6-BCU.
Fig. 18 B6-NET2-FXM network unit
11.1.1 Overview
The B6-NET2-FXM network unit is a sub-unit that is in-
serted at the expansion slot of the B6-BCU. The system
connection to the B6-BCU is on the solder side using a 48-
pin male connector. On the front side there are 3 RJ-45
ports and 2 MTRJ ports for connecting SecuriLan and to
the Ethernet.

11.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B6-NET2-FXM is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.1.

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11.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4)


X1 B6-BCB13A connector (rear side) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 NC TX+
2 NC TX-
X3 100BASE-FXM interface (switch A)
3 NC RX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch A)
4 GNDG NC
X5 100BASE-FXM interface (switch A) 5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

11.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Fig. 19 B6-NET2-FXM interfaces
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
B6-NET2-FXM Switch Port Type Socket Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
X4 Coverage max. 100 m
5A(y)
5A A RS485 Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
5A(x) Cable UTP Cat5e
RS 485 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
X2 RJ-45,
8-pin RS485 interface (X4)
10/100 Technical data
Connection RS 485
10/100
Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
X5
1A 1A Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
FX Cable UTP Cat5e
A FXM MTRJ
X3 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
0A 0A
FX
FXM interface (X3, X5)
Galvanic separation Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FXM
Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 2 km
Glass fibre Multimode 62.5/125 μm or 50/125 μm
Mechanical design MTRJ connector

B6-NET2-FXM
Technical data
Power consumption 122 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B6-NET2-FXS network unit

12 B6-NET2-FXS network unit


12.1 Design and function
The B6-NET2-FXS network unit is for redundant networking
of the SecuriFire 2000 and for connecting PC applications.
It has 1 network connection based on the RS485 standard,
2 optical network connections based on the FXS standard,
and one 100BASE-TX interface.
The network unit is inserted at the expansion slot of the
B6-BCU.

12.1.1 Overview Fig. 20 B6-NET2-FXS network unit


The B6-NET2-FXS network unit is a sub-unit that is in-
serted at the expansion slot of the B6-BCU. The system
connection to the B6-BCU is on the solder side using a 48-
pin male connector. On the front side there are 3 RJ-45
ports and 2 LC ports for connecting SecuriLan and to the
Ethernet.

12.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B6-NET2-FXS is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.1.

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12.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4)


X1 B6-BCB13A connector (rear side) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 NC TX+
2 NC TX-
X3 100BASE-FXS interface (switch A)
3 NC RX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch A)
4 GNDG NC
X5 100BASE-FXS interface (switch A) 5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

12.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Fig. 21 B6-NET2-FXS interfaces
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
B6-NET2-FXS Switch Port Type Socket Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
X4 Coverage max. 100 m
5A(y) Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
5A A RS485
5A(x) Cable UTP Cat5e
RS 485 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
X2 RJ-45,
8-pin RS485 interface (X4)
10/100 Technical data
Connection RS 485
Transmission type Differential signal
10/100
Coverage max. 1200 m
X5
1A 1A Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
FX Cable UTP Cat5e
A FXS LC 2x5
X3 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
0A 0A
FX FXS interface (X3, X5)
Galvanic separation Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FXS
Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 10 km
Glass fibre Single-mode 9/125 μm
Mechanical design LC 2x5 connector

B6-NET2-FXS
Technical data
Power consumption 99 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B8-NET2-485 network board

13 B8-NET2-485 network board


13.1 Design and function
The B8-NET2-485 network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions.
It has two network ports which are implemented based on
the RS485 standard and two 100BASE-TX ports.
The B8-NET2-485 network board is always fitted at slot 2
of the unit rack.

13.1.1 Overview
The B8-NET2-485 network board has one front panel made
of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2. The
system connection to the B5/B8-BUS is on the rear side us-
ing a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are
6 RJ-45 ports for connecting SecuriLan, PC or Ethernet.

13.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B8-NET2-485 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 2.1.

Fig. 22 B8-NET2-485 network board

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13.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B5/B8-BUS connector Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)

X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet


1 NC TX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B)
2 NC TX-
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 3 NC RX+
4 GNDG NC
5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

13.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

Fig. 23 B8-NET2-485 interfaces RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
B8-NET2-485 Switch Port Type Socket Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
X4
5B(x) Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
5B Cable UTP Cat5e
5B(y)
B RS485 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

RS 485 B8-NET2-485
6 x RJ-45, 8-pin

X2 0B Technical data
0B by the B5/B8-PSU power supply
10/100 Power supply
0A unit via the B5/B8-BUS
10/100 0A Power consumption 120 mA
X8 Protection type according to control panel
5A(x) Ambient temperature,
5A
5A(y) Relative humidity, according to control panel
A RS485 Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

RS 485

Galvanic separation

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B8-NET4-485 network board

14 B8-NET4-485 network board


14.1 Design and function
The B8-NET4-485 network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions.
It has four network ports which are implemented based on
the RS485 standard and two 100BASE-TX ports.
The B8-NET4-485 network board is always fitted at slot 2
of the unit rack.

14.1.1 Overview
The B8-NET4-485 network board has one front panel made
of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2. The
system connection to the B5/B8-BUS is on the rear side us-
ing a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are
10 RJ-45 ports for connecting SecuriLan, PC or Ethernet.

14.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B8-NET4-485 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 2.1.

Fig. 24 B8-NET4-485 network board

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14.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B5/B8-BUS connector Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)

X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet


1 NC TX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B)
2 NC TX-
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 3 NC RX+
4 GNDG NC
5 GNDG NC
6 NC RX-
7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

14.1.4 Technical data

LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

Fig. 25 B8-NET4-485 interfaces RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
B8-NET4-485 Switch Port Type Socket Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
X4
5B(x) Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
5B Cable UTP Cat5e
5B(y)
B RS485 Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin
6B(x)
6B
6B(y)
RS 485 B8-NET4-485
10x RJ-45, 8-pin

X2 0B Technical data
0B by the B5/B8-PSU power supply
10/100 Power supply
0A unit via the B5/B8-BUS
10/100 0A Power consumption 127 mA
X8 Protection type according to control panel
5A(x) Ambient temperature,
5A
5A(y) Relative humidity, according to control panel
A RS485 Air pressure
6A(x) Weight (gross/net)
6A
6A(y)
RS 485

Galvanic separation

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B8-NET2-FX4 network board

15 B8-NET2-FX4 network board


15.1 Design and function
The B8-NET2-FX4 network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions. It has two network connections based on the RS485
standard, two 100BASE-TX interfaces and four slots for fit-
ting with plug-in optical Mini-GBIC modules. These optical
network connections can be operated both as a multimode
version with a range of up to 2 km and as a singlemode
version with a range of up to 10 km.
The network board is always fitted at slot 2 of the unit rack.

15.1.1 Overview
The B8-NET2-FX4 network board has one front panel
made of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2.
The system connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side
using a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are
6 RJ-45 ports and 4 Mini-GBIC slots for connecting a Se-
curiLan, PC or Ethernet.

15.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B8-NET2-FX4 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 1.1.
Fig. 26 B8-NET2-FX4 network board

Fig. 27 Plug-in Mini-GBIC module (MM or SM)

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15.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)


X1 B5/B8-BUS connector Pin Signal RS485 Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 NC TX+
2 NC TX-
X3/X7 100BASE-FX interface (switch B) 3 NC RX+
X4 RS485 interface (switch B) 4 GNDG NC
5 GNDG NC
X5/X6 100BASE-FX interface (switch A) 6 NC RX-
X8 RS485 interface (switch A) 7 TX/RX+ NC
8 TX/RX- NC

15.1.4 Technical data


LAN interface (X2)
The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

RS485 interface (X4, X8)


Technical data
Connection RS 485
Transmission type Differential signal
Coverage max. 1200 m
Bit rate max. 1.25 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Fig. 28 B8-NET2-FX4 interfaces Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

100BASE-FX interface (X3/X7, X5/X6)


B8-NET2-FX4 Switch Port Type Socket Slots for the deployment of plug-in Mini-GBIC modules
(both singlemode and multimode) for connecting FX inter-
X4 face plugs (fibre optics).
8B(x) RJ-45
8B RS485 Technical data
8B(y) 8-pin
RS 485 Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FX
B Transmission type Differential signal
X3 0B 0B Mini-GBIC Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
FX
X7 1B 1B LC 2x5 Coverage Multi-mode max. 2 km
FX Single-mode max. 10 km
Glass fibre Multi-mode 62,5/125 μm or 50/125 μm
5B 5B RJ-45 Single-mode 9/125 μm
X2 10/100 8-pin Mechanical Multimode LC 2x5 connector
5A 5A
10/100 design Single mode LC 2x5 connector
8A(x) RJ-45
X8 8A RS485 B8-NET2-FX4
8A(y) 8-pin
A Technical data
RS 485
by the B5/B8-PSU power supply
Power supply
X5 0A 0A Mini-GBIC
unit via the B5/B8-BUS
FX Power consumption without Mini-GBIC 194 mA
X6 1A 1A LC 2x5
per Mini-GBIC 31 mA
FX
Protection type according to control panel
Galvanic separation Ambient temperature, Rela-
according to control panel
tive humidity, Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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B8-NET-FX8 network board

16 B8-NET-FX8 network board


16.1 Design and function
The B8-NET-FX8 network board is for redundant network-
ing of the SecuriFire 3000 and for connecting PC applica-
tions. It has two 100BASE-TX interfaces and eight slots for
fitting with plug-in optical Mini-GBIC modules. These optical
network connections can be operated both as a multimode
version with a range of up to 2 km and as a singlemode
version with a range of up to 10 km.
The network board is always fitted at slot 2 of the unit rack.

16.1.1 Overview
The B8-NET-FX8 network board has one front panel made
of galvanised sheet steel and must be fitted at slot 2. The
system connection to the B5-BUS is on the rear side using
a 96-pin male connector. On the front side there are 2 RJ-
45 ports and 8 Mini-GBIC slots for connecting a SecuriLan,
PC or Ethernet.

16.1.2 Compatibility notice


The B8-NET-FX8 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 2.1.
Fig. 29 B8-NET-FX8 network board

Fig. 30 Plug-in Mini-GBIC module (MM or SM)

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16.1.3 Interfaces Pin assignment (X2, X4, X8)


X1 B5/B8-BUS connector Pin Signal Ethernet
X2 LAN interface (switch A / switch B) 1 TX+
2 TX-
X3/X7 100BASE-FX interface (switch B) 3 RX+
X5/X6 100BASE-FX interface (switch A) 4 NC
5 NC
6 RX-
7 NC
8 NC

16.1.4 Technical data


LAN interface (X2)
The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
Technical data
Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
Coverage max. 100 m
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
Cable UTP Cat5e
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

100BASE-FX interface (X3/X7, X5/X6)


Slots for the deployment of plug-in Mini-GBIC modules
(both singlemode and multimode) for connecting FX inter-
face plugs (fibre optics).
Technical data
Fig. 31 B8-NET-FX8 interfaces
Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FX
Transmission type Differential signal
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
B8-NET-FX8 Switch Port Type Socket Coverage Multi-mode max. 2 km
Single-mode max. 10 km
X3 6B 6B Glass fibre Multi-mode 62,5/125 μm or 50/125 μm
Single-mode 9/125 μm
X7 7B 7B Mechanical Multimode LC 2x5 connector
FX Mini-GBIC
FX design Single mode LC 2x5 connector
B LC 2x5
X3 0B 0B
B8-NET-FX8
X7 1B 1B
FX Technical data
by the B5/B8-PSU power supply
5B 5B RJ-45 Power supply
unit via the B5/B8-BUS
X2 10/100 8-pin Power consumption without Mini-GBIC 226 mA
5A 5A
10/100 per Mini-GBIC 31 mA
Protection type according to control panel
X5 6A 6A
Ambient temperature, Rela-
according to control panel
X6 7A 7A tive humidity, Air pressure
FX A Mini-GBIC Weight (gross/net)
FX
LC 2x5
X5 0A 0A
X6 1A 1A
FX

Galvanic separation

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B9-NET-FX4 network unit

17 B9-NET-FX4 network unit


17.1 Design and function
The B9-NET-FX4 network unit is for redundant networking
of the SecuriFire 2000 and for connecting PC applications.
It has one 100BASE-TX interface and four slots for fitting
with plug-in optical Mini-GBIC modules. These optical net-
work connections can be operated both as a multimode
version with a range of up to 2 km and as a singlemode
version with a range of up to 10 km.
The network unit is inserted at the expansion slot of the Fig. 32 B9-NET-FX4 network unit
B6-BCU.

17.1.1 Overview
The B9-NET-FX4 network unit is a sub-unit that is inserted
at the expansion slot of the B6-BCU. The system connec-
tion to the B6-BCU is on the solder side using a 48-pin
male connector. On the front side there is one RJ-45 port
and 4 Mini-GBIC slots for connecting SecuriLan and to the
Ethernet.

17.1.2 Compatibility notice


Fig. 33 Plug-in Mini-GBIC module (MM or SM)
The B9-NET-FX4 is supported beginning with SecuriFire
Studio R 2.1.

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17.1.3 Interfaces
X1 B6-BCB13A connector (rear side) Pin assignment (X2)

X2 LAN interface Pin Signal Ethernet


1 TX+
X3/X5 100BASE-FX interface (port 0/1)
2 TX-
X5/X7 100BASE-FX interface (port 6/7) 3 RX+
4 NC
5 NC
6 RX-
7 NC
8 NC

17.1.4 Technical data

Fig. 34 B9-NET-FX4 interfaces LAN interface (X2)


The interface permits direct communication with straight
and crossed network cables as well as a connection via a
switch or hub.
B9-NET-FX4 Port Type Socket
Technical data
X6 6A 6 Connection Ethernet 100Base-TX
Transmission type TCP/IP
X7 7A 7
FX Mini-GBIC Direction Bidirectional, full-duplex operation
FX
LC 2x5 Coverage max. 100 m
X3 0A 0
Bit rate max. 100 Mbit/s
X5 1A 1 Cable UTP Cat5e
FX
Mechanical design RJ-45 connector, 8-pin

100BASE-FXS interface (X3, X5, X6, X7)


RJ-45 Slots for the deployment of plug-in Mini-GBIC modules
X2 10/100 8-pin (both singlemode and multimode) for connecting FX inter-
face plugs (fibre optics).
Technical data
10/100
Connection Ethernet 100BASE-FXS
Transmission type Differential signal
Galvanic separation Coverage max. 10 km
Glass fibre Single-mode 9/125 μm
Mechanical design LC 2x5 connector

B9-NET-FX4
Technical data
Power consumption without Mini-GBIC 87 mA
per Mini-GBIC 31 mA
Protection type according to control panel
Ambient temperature,
Relative humidity, according to control panel
Air pressure
Weight (gross/net)

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Programming and planning

18 Programming and planning


Information about programming, please refer to the SecuriFire Stu-dio manual T811093.

A graphic editor in Projection of SecuriFire Studio lets you select and arrange SecuriLan participants. Afterwards, the partici-
pants are connected to each other with the desired type of connection. The required units and boards are automatically
planned in the SCP by the tool. The “redundant connection” and “high speed connection (<600m)” parameters (see Sec-
tion ‎18.3) can be performed in the planning.
Example for SecuriLan special characteristics:
 The system conforms to standards with the exception of SCP 5, which is not line-redundant integrated.
 Connection 6 provides additional failure protection for the redundant ring. This topology is called a mesh network.

Fig. 35 SecuriLan example

The following limitations apply to SecuriLan:


 Max. 4 physical connections possible per SCP (RS485, 10/100BASE-TX)
 Max. 4 logical connections possible per SCP (LAN)
 Max. 4 connections (logical and physical) total possible per SCP
 A total of max. 64 connections (logical and physical) possible
 Max. 32 participants can be networked, of which max. 16 SCPs.
Notice
 Max. two connections between two SecuriLan participants (SCP or MIC711). Only one of which may be a
logical connection.
 Connection 7 is not standards-compliant because the connection is not redundant.

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18.1 Connections
The connection type defines the kind of connection. The following types are currently available for local networking:

Type Kind of connection Description


RS485; direct connection between two SCPs; max. 1,200 m (high speed
RS485 Physical connection
max. 600 m).
10/100BASE-TX Physical connection 10/100BASE-TX; direct connection between two SCPs; max. 100 m.

FX-M Physical connection 100BASE-FXM; direct connection between two SCPs; max. 2 km.

FX-S Physical connection 100BASE-FXS; direct connection between two SCPs; max. 10 km.
10/100BASE-TX; connection to the standard-LAN, max. 100 m to the
LAN Logical connection
next network node.

18.2 Logical connections


A port which connects the SCP to a standard LAN must be reserved for implementing the logical connections. Several logical
connections can be established to other SCPs in the LAN via this port.

18.3 Physical connections


A physical connection is always assigned to a port of the network boards (only one logical connection per port is possible).
RS485 ports can be line redundant or line non-redundant.
No physical connections can be implemented with a B5-LAN or B6-LAN.

Notice
 Connections via RS485 interfaces shall be done from galvanic separated port to galvanic non-separated port
(or vice versa).
 SecuriFire Studio automatically generates the start port and destination port. The assignments cannot be
changed.

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18.4 Overview of the PIN assignments of all SecuriLan participants


B5-MIC711 B6-MIC711 B5/B6/B8 network boards and
B5-MIC485 X4 B6-MIC485 X4 units X4, X8. RJ45
Terminal Designation Terminal Designation Port Terminal Designation
1 Port 6 Bx TX/RX+ 1 Port 6 Ax TX/RX+ 7 TX/RX+

Port _
2 GND 2 GND 4,5 GNDG
3 Port 6 Bx TX/RX- 3 Port 6 Ax TX/RX- 8 TX/RX-
4 Port 6 By TX/RX+ 4 Port 6 Ay TX/RX+ 7 TX/RX+

Port _
5 GND 5 GND 4,5 GNDG
6 Port 6 By TX/RX- 6 Port 6 Ay TX/RX- 8 TX/RX-
7 Port 6 Ax TX/RX+ 7 Port 5 Ax TX/RX+ 7 TX/RX+

Port _
8 GND 8 GND 4,5 GNDG
9 Port 6 Ax TX/RX- 9 Port 5 Ax TX/RX- 8 TX/RX-
10 Port 6 Ay TX/RX+ 10 Port 5 Ay TX/RX+ 7 TX/RX+

Port _
11 GND 11 GND 4,5 GNDG
12 Port 6 Ay TX/RX- 12 Port 5 Ay TX/RX- 8 TX/RX-

Notice
Take note of the different PIN assignments of plugs X4 of B5-MIC485 and B6-MIC485!

18.5 Addressing
Communication is via TCP/IP; for this, each SecuriLan participant must have an IP address. To simplify commissioning, the
following guideline for addressing must be adhered to:
 The IP addresses are defined with SecuriFire Studio during commissioning (local download).
 The IP addresses of the SCP/MIC711 must be consecutively numbered consistent with their number. Each participant
knows its own IP address as well as its own number and the number of the communication partner. The IP address of the
communication partner can be determined based on this parameter.
e.g.: SCP (1) has IP 10.112.168.101
SCP (2) has IP 10.112.168.102
MIC711 (3) has IP 10.112.168.103

Advantage: no configuration is necessary for the SecuriLan network.

18.6 Minimum requirements for IP networking

Notice
It is mandatory that these minimum requirements are adhered to.

IP address: Consecutive static IPv4 addresses in the same subnet. This is possible at distributed locations only with
appropriate measures of the IT infrastructure (IP tunnelling).
Bandwidth: 700 kBit/s per programmed line.
Run time: Typically (average) must be less than 10 ms; maximum may be 100 ms (when < 5% of the datagrams).
The slowest line determines the processing speed!
Packet loss: < 0.5%
Availability: 99.9%

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19 Cabling
19.1 Specification copper cable
Depending on the application, either an UTP Cat5e or F-UTP Cat5e data cable with red sheath, or fibre-optic cable (multi-
mode or single-mode) is used for networking the SecuriLan participants.

UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) Cat5e:


The cable consists of 8 wires and is unshielded.
The following colour pairs are twisted together:
 blue-white / blue
 green-white / green
 orange-white / orange
 brown-white / brown
This cable is used for RS485 connections.

Fig. 36 UTP Cat5e

F-UTP (Foiled – Unshielded Twisted Pair) Cat5e:


The cable consists of 8 wires, one foil shield and a shielding
wire.
The following colour pairs are twisted together:
 blue-white / blue
 green-white / green
 orange-white / orange
Fig. 37 F-UTP Cat5e  brown-white / brown
This cable is used for 10/100BASE-TX and LAN connec-
tions.

Fig. 38 F-UTP Cat5e

Fig. 39 F-UTP Cat5e

Warning
Use only unscreened cable.
If, however, a screened cable has to be used, when using B5 and B6 network boards and units it is absolutely
necessary to ensure that the screen is conductively connected to the plug only on the non-insulated side. Non-
observance could damage the board or unit!
This restriction does not apply to B8 and B9 boards and units.

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19.2 Specification fibre-optic cable and connector types


Fibre-optic cable (multi-mode or single-mode):
Depending on the concerned unit, these cables are used for FXM (multi-mode) or FXS (single-mode) connections.
The following requirements apply to fibre-optic cables:

FXM – Glass fibre multi-mode


(for B5-NET2-FXM, B6-NET2-FXM, B8-NET2-FX4, B8-NET-FX8, B9-NET-FX4)
Speed: max. 100 Mbit/s
Distance: max. 2 km
Fibre-optic cable: Multimode 62,5/125 μm or 50/125 μm
Connector: MTRJ, LC 2x5 (duplex) Fig. 40 Example connector type MTRJ

FXS – Glass fibre single-mode


(for B5-NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-FXS, B8-NET2-FX4, B8-NET-FX8, B9-NET-FX4)
Speed: max. 100 Mbit/s
Distance: max. 10 km
Fibre-optic cable: Single-mode 9/125 μm
Connector: LC 2x5 (duplex)
Fig. 41 Example connector type LC 2x5

19.3 The RJ-45 plug


RJ-45 plug and pin assignment:
There is an insert for the RJ-45 plug. This is a plastic piece in which the 4 wire pairs are threaded. The insert with the 8 wires
is subsequently put together with the RJ-45 plug and crimped with a suitable crimping tool as follows:

Insert Connector
Top side Bottom side Side view Contact side

Fig. 42 RJ-45 plug and pin assignment

RJ-45 plug assignment (according to EIA/TIA – 568A):


Pin 1 Pin 8
Signal Signal
Pin Wire colour
RS485 Ethernet
1 white / green NC TX+
2 green NC TX-
3 white / orange NC RX+
Pin 8
4 blue GNDG NC
5 white / blue GNDG NC
6 orange NC RX-
Colour code of the CAT5e 7 white / brown TX/RX+ NC
Pin 1 8 brown TX/RX- NC

Fig. 43 RJ-45 plug assignment

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Crimp plug:

min. 3 cm

Strip min. 3 cm of insulation. Foil shielding and


Cable sheath
wire shielding must remain undamaged. Foil shielding

Fig. 44 Crimp plug

Shielding wire
2 cm

Fold the foil shielding and shielding wire back


over the cable sheath.
Cable sheath
Foil shielding

Fig. 45 Crimp plug

Turn shielding wire back


4 x 2 x 0,5 mm over the shielding foil

4 wire pairs, every pair twisted.

Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 46 Crimp plug

568A wires aligned Shielding wire


turned to the rear

Unplait wires and prepare as shown.


Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 47 Crimp plug

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Cabling

Wires nipped off at the angle Shielding wire


turned to the rear

Nip off the wires at an angle of about 30°.


Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 48 Crimp plug

Shielding wire
turned to the rear

With the nose pointing down, push the insert


onto the wires as close as possible to the cable
insulation. Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 49 Crimp plug

Shielding wire
Nip off wires flush turned to the rear
behind the insert

Nip off protruding wires flush.


Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 50 Crimp plug

Shielding wire
Insert and cable turned turned to the rear

Pin 8

Turn the cable with insert 180° on the length-


wise axis and push on the plug. Pin 1
Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 51 Crimp plug

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Shielding wire
turned to the rear
Pin 8

Push cable with insert into the plug to the stop. Pin 1
Cable sheath

Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 52 Crimp plug

Strain relief Shielding wire


turned to the rear

Bend the strain relief straight.


Cable sheath

Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 53 Crimp plug

Shielding wire
Bend strain relief turned to the rear

Use a crimping tool to crimp the plug.


The RJ- 45 plug is ready for use. Cable sheath
Foil shielding to the rear

Fig. 54 Crimp plug

Notice
Connection examples follow in Section ‎20.

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20 Connection examples
SecuriFire Studio automatically generates port assignments. Connection must be performed in accordance with the SecuriFire
Studio planning data. A data cable as described in Section ‎19.1 can be used for all connection examples.

20.1 Standard-compliant SecuriLan networking


20.1.1 Line-redundant connections (RS485)
B8-NET4-485 B8-NET4-485
X4 X4
Y Y
5B 5B
X X

6B 6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Y Y
5A 5A
X X

6A 6A

RS 485 RS 485
(1) (2)
B6-NET2-485

5 6
X
Y

X4 RS 485 X2 10/100
(3)

B5-MIC485 B6-MIC485

X4 X4
1 1
X X
6B 6A
Y Y
X X
6A 5A
Y Y
12 12
RS 485 RS 485

(5) (4)
Fig. 55 Line-redundant connections Fig. 56 SecuriFire planning
The first failure protection of the network is rendered by the ring topology. Additional failure protection is rendered by line re-
dundancy. Here the connections (RS485) between the ports are doubled. If a line fails, the signal can still be transmitted via
the second line. Line redundancy is supported by the following boards/units: B5-NET4-485, B5-NET2-485, B5-NET2-FXM, B5-
NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-FXM, B6-NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-485, B8-NET2-485, B8-NET4-485, B8-NET2-FX4 and MIC711.

Notice
Redundant connections must always be “X with X” and “Y with Y”. X/Y are not permitted to cross over (see Fig.
55).

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20.1.2 Connections with glass fibre segment


B8-NET4-485 B8-NET4-485
X4 X4
Y Y
5B 5B
X X

6B 6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Y Y
5A 5A
X X

6A 6A

RS 485 RS 485

(1) (2)

B8-NET2-FX4 B6-NET2-FXS

X4 X4
Y
8B 5A
X
RS 485 RS 485
0B X2
X3
1B
X7
FX

5B
X2 10/100
5A X5
10/100 1A
FX
Y
X8 8A X3
X 0A
RS 485
FX
X5 0A (3)
X6 1A
FX
(4)
Fig. 57 Connections with glass fibre segment Fig. 58 SecuriFire planning

Glass fibre connections enable distances of more than 1,200 m between participants (single or redundant).
Up to 2,000 m is possible in multi-mode (FXM) and up to 10,000 m in single-mode (FXS).

These features are supported by the following boards and units:


B5-NET2-FXM, B5-NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-FXM, B5-NET2-FXS, B8-NET2-FX4, B8-NET-FX8 and B9-NET-FX4.

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20.1.3 Mesh network (RS485)


B8-NET4-485 B8-NET4-485
X4 X4
Y
5B 5B
X

Y
6B 6B
X
RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Y Y
5A 5A
X X

6A 6A

RS 485 RS 485

(1) (2)

B8-NET4-485 B8-NET4-485
X4 X4
Y Y
5B 5B
X X

6B 6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Y Y
5A 5A
X X

6A 6A

RS 485 RS 485

(3) (4)

Fig. 59 Mesh network Fig. 60 SecuriFire planning

In the SecuriLan networking concept the control units can be networked as a ring or as mesh network. This is not obligatory –
the topology is freely selectable. The only limitation is that a max. of 4 ports of the network board can be used for this control
unit network. This type of network can be implemented only with the B5-NET4-485, B5-NET2-FXM, B5-NET2-FXS and B8-
NET2- FX4 network boards.

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20.1.4 SecuriLan without line redundancy (RS485)


B8-NET4-485 B8-NET2-485
X4 X4
Y Y
5B 5B
X X

6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Y Y
5A 5A
X X

6A

RS 485 RS 485
B6-NET2-485

5 6
Y

X4 RS 485 X2 10/100
Fig. 61 SecuriLan without line redundancy Fig. 62 SecuriFire planning

For this networking variant the following boards and units are possible: B5-NET4-485, B5-NET2-485, B5-NET2-FXM, B5-
NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-FXM, B6-NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-485, B8-NET2-485, B8-NET4-485, B8-NET2-FX4, B8-NET2-FX8 and
MIC711.

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20.1.5 Port-redundant connections (RS485)


B8-NET4-485 B8-NET4-485
X4 X4
Y Y
5B 5B
X X

6B 6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Y Y
5A 5A
X X

6A 6A

RS 485 RS 485

(1) (2)

B8-NET4-485 B8-NET4-485
X4 X4
Y
5B 5B
X

6B 6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A

X8 X8
Y
5A 5A
X

6A 6A

RS 485 RS 485

(3) (4)
Fig. 63 Port-redundant connections Fig. 64 SecuriFire planning

Other physical connections (e.g. 10/100BASE-TX) cannot be implemented as line-redundant but rather as port-redundant.
This is possible with the following boards: B5-NET4-485, B5-NET2-485, B5-NET2-FXM, B5-NET2-FXS, B8-NET2-485, B8-
NET4-485, B8-NET2-FX4 and MIC711.

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20.2 Not standard-compliant SecuriLan networking


20.2.1 Non-redundant direct connection of two SCPs (10/100BASE-TX)
B8-NET4-485
X4
5B

6B

RS 485 B6-NET2-485
X2 0B X4
5A

10/100 0A
X8 6A
5A
RS 485

X2
6A

RS 485 10/100

Fig. 65 Non-redundant direct connection of two SCPs Fig. 66 SecuriFire- planning


Non-redundant direct networking of two SCPs can be implemented with the following boards and units: B5-NET2-FXS,
B5-NET2-FXM, B8-NET2-485, B8-NET4-485, B8-NET2-FX4, B8-NET-FX8, B6-NET2-485, B6-NET2-FXS, B6-NET2-FXM,
B9-NET-FX4, MIC 711.

20.2.2 Connection via modem

B8-NET4-485 B8-NET2-485
X4 X4
Modem
5B 5B

6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B
Modem Modem

10/100 0A 10/100 0A
X8 X8
Modem
5A 5A

6A

RS 485 RS 485

(1) (2)
Fig. 67 Connection via modem
When networking SecuriFire SCPs for distances > 1,200 m, suitable modems and converters or fibre-optic cable have to be
used. A separate document is devoted to the use of external fibre-optic modems.

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20.2.3 Non-redundant networking (10/100BASE-TX)


B5-LAN
X3
B
10/100
X2

A/B
10/100

B7-CPB11

X13 10/100

B6-NET2-485
X4 B6-LAN
5A X2

10/100
6A

RS 485

X2

10/100

Fig. 68 Non-redundant networking Fig. 69 SecuriFire- planning

Integrating PC applications is possible via a standard Ethernet. Further, SecuriFire SCPs can be networked via a standard
Ethernet. This type of networking is possible only when non-redundant.

Notice
This connection option is not standards-compliant for SCPs and therefore permitted only for PC applications,
since components without VdS device approval (e.g. switches) are used.

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20.3 Mixed forms

B6-NET2-485
X2 10/100 X4 RS 485 X2 10/100
5 6

B6-LAN

Nicht normenkonform
B8-NET4-485 B8-NET2-485
X4 X4
5B 5B

6B

RS 485 RS 485

X2 0B X2 0B

10/100 0A 10/100 0A

normenkonform
X8 X8
5A 5A

6A

RS 485 RS 485

(1) (2)
B6-NET2-485

5 6

X4 RS 485 X2 10/100
(3)

Fig. 70 Mixed forms

Additional PC applications can be connected on the free ports of the network boards. Integrating additional PC applications
and SCP/MIC711 via a non-redundant standard Ethernet is also possible.

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20.4 PC applications
20.4.1 Non-redundant connection to PC applications (10/100BASE-TX)

B5-MCB15A
X3

10/100

Fig. 71 Non-redundant connection to PC applications


This networking variant is intended above all for integrating PC applications (e.g. SecuriFire Studio). A PC be connected non-
redundantly to the following boards and units: B5-MCB15(A)*, B5-NET4-485, B5-NET2-485, B6-NET2-485, B5-NET2-FXM,
B5-NET2-FXS, B6-BCB12(A)*, B6-BCB13(A)*, B6-NET2-FXM, B6-NET2-FXS, B5-LAN, B6-LAN, B6-LXI2, B7-CPB11, B8-
NET2-485, B8-NET4-485, B8-NET2-FX4, B8-NET2-FX8 and MIC711.

* from SecuriFire Studio Release 2.1.2

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Article numbers / spare parts

21 Article numbers / spare parts


Short designation Art. number CH Art. number
B5-NET4-485 RS485 / 100BASE-TX network board 115.242 438 EG072915
B5-NET2-485 RS485 / 100BASE-TX network board 115.242 420 EG072910
B5-NET2-FXM FXM / RS 485 /100BASE-TX network board 115.245 879 20-1000001-01-01
B5-NET2-FXS FXS / RS 485 /100BASE-TX network board 115.245 887 20-1000000-01-01
B5-LAN Interface board 115.242 446 EG072903
B6-NET2-485 RS485 / 100BASE-TX network unit 115.245 909 EG072934
B6-NET2-FXM FXM / RS 485 /100BASE-TX network unit 115.245 917 20-1100001-01-01
B6-NET2-FXS FXS / RS 485 /100BASE-TX network unit 115.245 925 20-1100000-01-01
B6-LAN Interface unit 115.245 895 EG072940
B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit 115.248 118 20-1100002-01-01
B8-NET2-485 RS485 / 100BASE-TX network board 115.265 450 20-1000033-01-01
B8-NET4-485 RS485 / 100BASE-TX network board 115.265 451 20-1000034-01-01
B8-NET2-FX4 FX / RS485 /100BASE-TX network unit 115.265 452 20-1000030-01-01
B8-NET-FX8 FX / RS485 /100BASE-TX network unit 115.265 453 20-1000031-01-01
B9-NET-FX4 FX /100BASE-TX network board 115.265 432 20-1100030-01-01
OMG 801-1 GBIC Module multimode 037.248 045 12-2300025-01-01
OSG 801-1 GBIC Module singlemode 037.248 070 12-2300028-01-01

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List of figures

22 List of figures
Fig. 1 Networking concept ...................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Fig. 2 B5-LAN interface board .............................................................................................................................................................. 10
Fig. 3 B5-LAN interfaces ...................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Fig. 4 B5-NET2-485 network board ...................................................................................................................................................... 12
Fig. 5 B5-NET2-485 interfaces ............................................................................................................................................................. 13
Fig. 6 B5-NET4-485 network board ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
Fig. 7 B5-NET4-485 interfaces ............................................................................................................................................................. 15
Fig. 8 B5-NET2-FXM network board .................................................................................................................................................... 16
Fig. 9 B5-NET2-FXM interfaces ........................................................................................................................................................... 17
Fig. 10 B5-NET2-FXS network board ................................................................................................................................................... 18
Fig. 11 B5-NET2-FXS interfaces .......................................................................................................................................................... 19
Fig. 12 B6-LAN interface unit ............................................................................................................................................................... 20
Fig. 13 B6-LAN interfaces .................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Fig. 14 B6-LXI2 SecuriLine unit ............................................................................................................................................................ 21
Fig. 15 B6-LXI2 interfaces .................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Fig. 16 B6-NET2-485 network unit ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
Fig. 17 B6-NET2-485 interfaces ........................................................................................................................................................... 23
Fig. 18 B6-NET2-FXM network unit ...................................................................................................................................................... 24
Fig. 19 B6-NET2-FXM interfaces ......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Fig. 20 B6-NET2-FXS network unit ...................................................................................................................................................... 26
Fig. 21 B6-NET2-FXS interfaces .......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Fig. 22 B8-NET2-485 network board .................................................................................................................................................... 28
Fig. 23 B8-NET2-485 interfaces ........................................................................................................................................................... 29
Fig. 24 B8-NET4-485 network board .................................................................................................................................................... 30
Fig. 25 B8-NET4-485 interfaces ........................................................................................................................................................... 31
Fig. 26 B8-NET2-FX4 network board ................................................................................................................................................... 32
Fig. 27 Plug-in Mini-GBIC module (MM or SM) .................................................................................................................................... 32
Fig. 28 B8-NET2-FX4 interfaces .......................................................................................................................................................... 33
Fig. 29 B8-NET-FX8 network board ..................................................................................................................................................... 34
Fig. 30 Plug-in Mini-GBIC module (MM or SM) .................................................................................................................................... 34
Fig. 31 B8-NET-FX8 interfaces ............................................................................................................................................................ 35
Fig. 32 B9-NET-FX4 network unit......................................................................................................................................................... 36
Fig. 33 Plug-in Mini-GBIC module (MM or SM) .................................................................................................................................... 36
Fig. 34 B9-NET-FX4 interfaces ............................................................................................................................................................ 37
Fig. 35 SecuriLan example ................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Fig. 36 UTP Cat5e ............................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Fig. 37 F-UTP Cat5e ............................................................................................................................................................................ 41
Fig. 38 F-UTP Cat5e ............................................................................................................................................................................ 41
Fig. 39 F-UTP Cat5e ............................................................................................................................................................................ 41
Fig. 40 Example connector type MTRJ ................................................................................................................................................ 42
Fig. 41 Example connector type LC 2x5 ............................................................................................................................................... 42
Fig. 42 RJ-45 plug and pin assignment ................................................................................................................................................ 42
Fig. 43 RJ-45 plug assignment ............................................................................................................................................................. 42
Fig. 44 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Fig. 45 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Fig. 46 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Fig. 47 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Fig. 48 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
Fig. 49 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
Fig. 50 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
Fig. 51 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
Fig. 52 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 45
Fig. 53 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 45
Fig. 54 Crimp plug ................................................................................................................................................................................ 45
Fig. 55 Line-redundant connections ..................................................................................................................................................... 46
Fig. 56 SecuriFire planning .................................................................................................................................................................. 46
Fig. 57 Connections with glass fibre segment ...................................................................................................................................... 47
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Fig. 58 SecuriFire planning .................................................................................................................................................................. 47


Fig. 59 Mesh network ........................................................................................................................................................................... 48
Fig. 60 SecuriFire planning .................................................................................................................................................................. 48
Fig. 61 SecuriLan without line redundancy ........................................................................................................................................... 49
Fig. 62 SecuriFire planning .................................................................................................................................................................. 49
Fig. 63 Port-redundant connections ..................................................................................................................................................... 50
Fig. 64 SecuriFire planning .................................................................................................................................................................. 50
Fig. 65 Non-redundant direct connection of two SCPs ......................................................................................................................... 51
Fig. 66 SecuriFire- planning ................................................................................................................................................................. 51
Fig. 67 Connection via modem............................................................................................................................................................. 51
Fig. 68 Non-redundant networking ....................................................................................................................................................... 52
Fig. 69 SecuriFire- planning ................................................................................................................................................................. 52
Fig. 70 Mixed forms ............................................................................................................................................................................. 53
Fig. 71 Non-redundant connection to PC applications ......................................................................................................................... 54

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